Sella Rock Climbing
Situated near the town of Sella, the long and winding road that leads to this crag is a little pot-holed and requires a gentle approach. Although the saying goes the best 4×4 by far is a hire car right?! The main crag offers a whole host of routes from grade 4 to 7. With the majority being in the 6th gade.
The main wall faces south and means it gets the sun all day. There is often a breeze running down the valley which you get on the routes to cool you down whilst you climb. Whilst it is sheltered at the base amongst the trees that can provide shade if necessary.
Amongst some of these routes are some real classic and must do routes. In general, though the majority of rock climbing at Sella is worth doing. As there are very few dud routes and anything with a star in the guide is worthy of your attention. It is why we use Sella on nearly every Costa Blanca Hot Rock Climbing Holiday.
The downfall of the Rock Climbing in Sella comes from the popularity of the area. As sometimes you can find queues on the very best routes and all that traffic is starting to polish the both the best routes and the easiest.
There are however other areas like the Pared De Rosalia which is North face with some harder multi-pitched routes on it in high 6th and 7th Grade. Or further on from the main crag the classic Hidden Valley Wild Side crag with virtually no routes below 7a.
Sella Rock Climbing – The Classics
Cartujal – 5c It might be easy but it is still a rather technical challenge.
Marion – the classic multi-pitched 5a is one of Sella best route.
Martxa D’aci – 6a – Is the 6a route to aim to climb.
Sopa De Marsopa – 6b+ – Is long and sustain with a couple of hard to read cruxes.
Kashba – 6c – Is a power route with a sting in its tail.
Photo From Crag
The Orange House one of the accommodations we use in Costa Blanca. We also rent villas and apartments specifically to cater for larger groups.
More Easy Rock Climbing in Sella on one of our Hot Rock Climbing Courses.
The classic easy route Señor Nesbit Rides Again, 5a, provides entertainment for all.
Acróbata porcino a great 7a that lives up to its name with a tricky and dynamic finish.
Senor Nesbit Rides Again, 5a, at Sella.
Finestrat and the impressive Puig Campana, whose Espolon Central is a classic 14 pitch VS trad route.
Pequeñeces III, 5a, one of the many easy routes that attract the crowds to Sella
Easy climbing in Sella.